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Bilingual update — Coconino County Health and Human Services launches Healthy Habits Emergency Saving Matching Program

| May 26, 2020
Bilingual update — Coconino County Health and Human Services launches Healthy Habits Emergency Saving Matching Program

Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is launching a program that matches people’s savings while helping them improve their financial habits.

The Healthy Habits Emergency Saving Matching program provides free financial education/coaching and matches participants’ saving over nine months. The longer participants save, the larger the matching ratio becomes – giving participants the opportunity to triple their savings from $225 to $675.

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Supervisor Liz Archuleta — Coconino County Residents Count: Don’t forget to fill out the 2020 Census!

| May 26, 2020
Supervisor Liz Archuleta — Coconino County Residents Count: Don’t forget to fill out the 2020 Census!

Coconino County currently has a response rate of 34.7% for the 2020 Census.

If you have not yet filled out the 2020 Census, please do so!

By filling out the census, you are ensuring that our community is counted and can receive the necessary resources we need to keep our community safe, healthy, and thriving!

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Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) to present virtual ‘Cooking to Combat COVID-19 And More’ on May 30

| May 26, 2020
Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) to present virtual ‘Cooking to Combat COVID-19 And More’ on May 30

Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) to present virtual “Cooking to Combat COVID-19 And More” from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 30. 

Featuring President Jonathan Nez, Navajo Nation, Window Rock, AZ; President Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough, Brooklyn, NY; Neal Barnard, MD, Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, Washington, DC; and Shonri Begay, NACA Health Educator, Flagstaff, AZ; Whitney Brooks, RDNc, and Seneca Nation, Gowanda, NY.

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Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Governor Ducey Announces $500,000 To Further Expand Child Care

| May 26, 2020
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Governor Ducey Announces $500,000 To Further Expand Child Care

On May 20, Governor Doug Ducey announced that $500,000 from the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund has been allocated to organizations that provide out-of-school child care in the state. The funding will support extended hours and enrichment programs to meet the increased demand of child care for families while students distance learn and parents or guardians work. The organizations will continue to support students in their social and emotional development and help them stay on track academically.

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College Success Arizona — Graduation message from President and CEO Rich Nickel

| May 26, 2020
College Success Arizona — Graduation message from President and CEO Rich Nickel

Congratulations to the CSA 2020 Spring graduates! There are few times in life that are as exciting and rewarding as graduating from college. Usually this time is met with a world full of thrilling opportunities, but for our 2020 graduates, they are met by a world facing a global pandemic.

However, the world is still full of endless possibilities. Last night, we celebrated our graduates and their success with a virtual graduation ceremony.

The team at College Success Arizona is extremely proud of what all of our students have accomplished over these past few years. We are looking forward to what this incredible group of individuals will accomplish in the future.

Please help us in celebrating our graduates by watching a recording of the ceremony.

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STEM City Flagstaff — May Newsletter

| May 26, 2020
STEM City Flagstaff — May Newsletter

STEAM Calendar

Opportunity Board

STEM Activities & Online Resources

Flagstaff Science 

Congratulations Graduates

Summer 2020

Auction & Donations

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Mental Health Resources in Arizona

| May 26, 2020
Mental Health Resources in Arizona

Welcome to the Mental Health Resources in Arizona website! This site is organized by Arizona Counties.  The resources provided are to help people obtain mental health information and other related treatment and support services in the State of Arizona.

All resources are listed together under ALL RESOURCES in the Resource Tables on the right-hand side of the website pages. You can also search for resources by County – just click on the name of a County listed under RESOURCE TABLES. 

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Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to hold virtual meeting on May 27

| May 26, 2020
Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to hold virtual meeting on May 27

We would like to hold our next virtual meeting through Microsoft Teams, next Wednesday the 27th, from 12-1 PM Mountain Standard Time. We will be discussing council updates and our continued efforts for spreading child abuse prevention awareness in the community. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. We hope to see everyone there! Please follow the link below when the meeting starts.

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Expect More Arizona — We want to hear from teachers

| May 26, 2020
Expect More Arizona — We want to hear from teachers

Expect More Arizona is working with the State Board of Education to gather information from Arizona teachers about the transition from in-person to distance learning. 

We want to hear more about what worked well and what didn’t work at all, what support teachers need, how or if students were engaged, what teachers would do differently should distance learning be needed in the future, and what steps should be taken to help teachers feel safe returning to the classroom next school year.

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First Things First — Showing thanks to Arizona’s early childhood caregivers

| May 26, 2020
First Things First — Showing thanks to Arizona’s early childhood caregivers

This month, First Things First asked families to show their gratitude for Arizona’s early care and education providers through the #ShareTheCareAZ campaign. Families, providers and early childhood partners joined us in showing thanks to our state’s entire child care workforce. And there’s still time to participate if you haven’t yet.

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